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 11-13-2006, 10:25 Post: 136850
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

I have previously used my logsplitter on a ford Jubilee.
I have just tried to use it with my JD 2630 using the breakaway coupler as the source for hookup.
Two things happened:
1. The remote cylinder operating lever keeps on returning to the neutreal position.
2. If I manage it to prop it in place it keeps on blowing the return hose, getting an oil bath.


Quesions?
How can I stop the remote cylinder operating lever from resetting?
Is this where (Breakaway coupler) I should be hooking up to?
If not then where?
My parts manual shows a different part number for the plug, breakawy coupler pressure and return plug.
But my JD dealer said he has always seen them to be the same.
What is causing my problem?
Bad control valve or return plug?
Need to hook up somewhere else?
Thanks for any advice in advance.
Paul






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 11-13-2006, 15:05 Post: 136859
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

Many of your questions I can not help you with, but I ran into something that may be possibly your issue. JD DID use a different size coupling than some other tractors. They looked very similar but my understanding will not work with each other.






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 11-13-2006, 15:50 Post: 136862
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

Thanks.
I found this out also, the hardway and I now JD plugs.
The problem remains.
I also neglegted to mention that I also have a JD front end loader on this tractor.






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 11-14-2006, 07:10 Post: 136883
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

I am assuming you have used these ports with some other equipment and it does not blow apart. If not, you may want to try that to be sure the female part is locking properly. It does not take much to keep one from locking.






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 11-14-2006, 07:19 Post: 136885
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

I am not in the agricultural industry and I have never used
the breakaway coupler before.






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 11-14-2006, 08:38 Post: 136889
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

Log splitters and backhoes should be run off of a Power Beyond Port.






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 11-14-2006, 08:53 Post: 136890
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

Thanks DRanklin.
Not being in the agricultural industry and being that this is my first JD, I am sorry but I do not understand your suggestion.
I do have manuals and if you have patience to further describe your suggestion I would appreciate it.
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 11-14-2006, 09:25 Post: 136891
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

No problem. A Power Beyond port is a loop of hydraulic hose that comes right off a routing block in the hydraulic system.

It provides full hydraulic flow and pressure to implements that have their own selective control valves.

Tell me more about your tractor, I am not familiar with this model.






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 11-14-2006, 13:34 Post: 136893
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

Be careful what you hook to a JD power beyond circut. There is no internal relief valve in the tractor for the power beyond, this is direct off the pump so the machine you plug into the power beyond MUST have a high pressure relief. Nasty things have happened like split pump housings because a cylinder came to the end of the stroke and the lever did'nt kick back to center. Fluids don't compress so they find their own way out. Frank.






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 11-14-2006, 14:44 Post: 136895
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 Using a log splitter on 2630

Than you both for your suggestions.
I cant find anything in my manuals about the Power beyod port.
I will ask my JD dealer this Saturday.






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